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I recd—in due Season your Letter of the fifteenth of this Month, and immediately communicated it...
New York, 14 July 1790. In response to Tobias Lear’s request for copies of state acts ceding...
The Secy of State has given directions, that six copies of the Laws, in sheets, should be...
Do me the favor to learn from the President, & inform me by the bearer, whether mister Lee’s...
The prices of Stocks for Cash in this City on the 1st August last were for 6 ⅌ Cts 21/4 3 ⅌ Cts...
Mr Heineken, Consul from the United Netherlands called on me last evening to request I would ask...
I have before me Your favour of the 6th & 10th Int. to answer which I could not do by last Post...
Since my last of the 30th Ulto I have had an Opportunity of further Enquiry Concerning Buckwheat...
Since my last I have made further Enquiry Concerning the Buckwheat, and find that altho’ the...
I have sent a bale wth 5 pieces of Blankets on board the Brig for Alexandria and will endeavor to...
After the Departure of the last post I recd your favour of 17th Instant handed me by major...
Allow me, Sir, the liberty, which I now assume, of addressing the President of the United States...
In The incloased I Send you a letter I did myself the honour to write to the President yesterday...
[New York] 24 July 1790. Sends two bound volumes of the Gazette of the United States after a...
A few weeks since, a gentleman by the name of Stokes, arrivd from Great Britain at some port in...
[Philadelphia] 4 Jan. 1793. Presents his compliments and writes that “The Statements went in...
The proper fund for the payment of the enclosed is the 10,000 Dollars for defraying the...
Treasury Department, June 1, 1791. Requests the commissions for the Virginia inspectors of the...
[ Philadelphia ] April 23, 1793 . Asks “whether Mr Lee’s resignation was purely voluntary on his...
If I understood the President aright, in a conversation some days since, it was his pleasure that...
The Secretary of the Treasury presents his compliments to Mr. Lear and sends the two commissions...
I have the pleasure of your letter of the 27 of August, and thank you very much for the trouble...
I have the honor to enclose to you a small account against the United States, for a Seal for the...
The Supervisor of Massachusetts is desirous of permission to come to Philadelphia on urgent...
I take the liberty to inclose to you, a letter to Col: Parker requesting you to forward it and to...
The only person definitively concluded upon by the President, is Philip Thomas, as Inspector of...
I again take the liberty of troubling you, to forward the inclosed letter to Colonel Parker— With...
Treasury Department, February 26, 1793. Encloses “a small account against the United States, for...
[ Philadelphia ] November 18, 1791 . “The President has directed that a commission be made out...
Before a final step is taken respecting a Keeper of the Virginia Lighthouse, I wish it to be...
Treasury Department, November 21, 1789. “I have received the letter which you enclosed to me in...
The Supervisor of Massachusetts is desirous of permission to come to Philadelphia on urgent...
I find it necessary to request of you the Commissions of the several gentlemen, whom the...
Pursuant to instructions from the President of the United States, I am to request that you will...
The bearer John Wood shaved and dressed me in New York. He has taken it into his head to try his...
[ Philadelphia ] April 5, 1791 . Asks for commissions for seven inspectors of the revenue. LC ,...
Treasury Department, September 11, 1792. Encloses a letter “left at the office by Mr. Fraunces...
Yr. letter of the 15 of Decr. last was delayed in getting to hand by the circumstance of its...
[ Philadelphia, September 6, 1792. On the back of a letter that Lear wrote to Hamilton on August...
I have just received information that General Hand will serve as Inspector of the revenue, in...
The President is right. The person intended is Joseph McDowell the younger; and a more precise...
[ Philadelphia ] December 17, 1792 . “The Secretary of the Treasury … transmits herewith sundry...
I have received your letter of the thirty first of October, and am much obliged to you for your...
[ Philadelphia ] June 22, 1792 . Encloses “a letter from Mr. Alibone, which contains some...
[ Philadelphia, December 18, 1792. ] Sends lists of officers of revenue cutters of New Hampshire,...
The proper fund for the payment of the enclosed is the 10,000 Dollars for defraying the...
[ Philadelphia ] January 4, 1793 . “… The Statements went in yesterday, and are copying for the...
No. 37 N. Carolina 26 novr 1792 On the same day you applied to me, I had a conference wth Mr...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lear: he has been calculating the march of the...
Will mr Lear do Th: Jefferson the favor of taking a family dinner with him to-day. RC ( InHi );...